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Tomb Raider I-III Remastered gameplay

Fresh gameplay give us a look at Tomb Raider I-III Remastered Starring Lara Croft on Switch. All of the titles in the package are shown off here.

Learn more about the release in the following overview:

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered Starring Lara Croft launch trailer

Tying in with the launch of Tomb Raider I-III Remastered Starring Lara Croft, we have the official launch trailer. Switch owners can now experience the series’ original games with updated graphics and more.

Further information is available in the following overview:

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered frame rate resolution

In Digital Foundry’s latest technical analysis covering Tomb Raider I-III Remastered Starring Lara Croft, which covers aspects such as frame rate and resolution. Overall it seems that Aspyr did an admirable job with the project.

Here’s the full rundown of notable tidbits:

Tomb Raider I-III interview Aspyr

The original Tomb Raider trilogy is about to make a comeback on Switch in the form of Tomb Raider I-III Remastered Starring Lara Croft. To learn more about the project, we caught up with Chris Bashaar, director of product at Aspyr.

This release is more than a simple remaster as players can switch between the new and original graphics at any time, experience updated controls, and more. We spoke about these features and a few other topics in our interview.

Here’s the full discussion:

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered new features

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered, which was announced for Switch last year, has received details going over its new features. Aside from updated visuals, some additions include modern controls, boss health bars, and a Photo Mode.

Here’s the full rundown:

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II Restored Content DLC cancellation explained

Aspyr has commented on the cancellation of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II Restored Content DLC for Switch.

The company has actually been facing a class-action lawsuit over the situation. Malachi Mickelonis said he “felt completely duped” and is seeking damages over alleged violations of California consumer law. 17 more plaintiffs joined the suit since then.

Heads Up Phones Down Edition

Previously released on mobile, Heads Up Phones Down Edition has just come to new platforms – including Switch.

This is a new spin on the mobile game that’s been redesigned for the latest devices. It has over 90 decks, including Act It Out, Animals Gone Wild, Blockbuster Movies, Hey Mr. DJ, Accents And Impressions, Food Fight, Adult Supervision, Adult Supervision 2 Even Adultier, and more.

MythForce update

A new update is here for MythForce, with the game now at version

Several changes and improvements have been implemented based on player feedback. Additionally, a number of key issues have been addressed.

Here’s the full rundown:

Star Wars Heritage Pack physical

Today, Aspyr and Lucasfilm Games announced that they will release a physical version of Star Wars Heritage Pack for Switch. Retailers will begin carrying it on December 8, 2023.

The Star Wars Heritage Pack includes The Force Unleashed, Republic Commando, Episode I Racer, Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, Knights of the Old Republic, and Knights of the Old Republic II. However, keep in mind that the latter two titles require a digital download. The whole thing will go for $59.99.

All of these games are currently available for individual purchase on the Switch eShop. Additionally, Star Wars Heritage Pack was first made available digitally earlier in the year.


MythForce review

System: Switch
Release date: September 12, 2023
Developer: Beamdog
Publisher: Aspyr

Booting up MythForce on Switch, and the first thing you’re met with is an uncomfortably long loading screen. After that, you’re treated to an animated intro that aims to mimic Saturday morning cartoons of the 80s – think “Thundercats” and “He-Man, Masters of the Universe”. It’s cute enough to induce a smile the first time around, but if you look past the nearly 40-year old stylistic veneer and the cheesy theme tune, you’re left with a game that sadly doesn’t know what to do with itself. It’s as though developer Beamdog started with the concept of a cartoon co-op rogue-lite, and then carried it through to its most saccharine, predictable conclusion.

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